Twice an hour for an entire year, photographer Eirik Solheim snapped a photo from a window in his house.
With the help of some snazzy software, Eirik was able to stitch together 3,888 into the single image above that shows the beautiful passage of season and time.
A Single Photograph that Spans an Entire Year
Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr
Don’t wait around for the golden hour. Make your own!
The Pocket Spotlight + Color Filters let you create a blue hour, green hour, red hour, any kind of hour you want.
The Pocket Spotlight, Portable Even Lighting
Make a clock that uses your photos for each hour! Pretty clever, eh?
We’ll show you how to make your own step by step. Also awesome: an Instax wall clock.
DIY: How to Make the Most Photogenic Clock Ever
There’ll be a meteor shower tonight starting around 11:30 pm PST/2:30 am EST with an estimated 100 shooting stars per hour!
To photograph stars streaking across the sky, go for
- A high ISO
- Wide aperture
- Slow shutter speed (start with 30 seconds & adjust from there)
Read more details at NASA.
The rest of the fruit of my lunch hour: pickled quinces. They’re for cheese plates, ploughman’s lunches, lamb and ham. It’s hard to cook something you’ve never eaten before (I couldn’t tell if I sliced them too big?) but with beautiful quinces 79p each at the shop on the corner, I had to at least try. I used Stephanie Alexander’s recipe, but it’s not online so here’s Nigel Slater’s.